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Spread Out Thanksgiving Dinner Expenses

Thanksgiving is a wonderful holiday. Many of us cook dinner for friends and relatives, and this can be an expensive meal, particularly if you are feeding a large crowd. One way to make it less painful in the wallet is, say a month to 6 weeks before the big day, gather your recipes, assemble a grocery list, and start buying non perishables every week. On the last week, you should only have to buy the turkey, fresh vegetables and any dairy products. I have done this for years and not only helps with budgeting, it also avoids having the dreaded 2 cart grocery order!

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